Oak Knoll Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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Having left Portland we had a few hours drive left until we actually reached the pacific. When we got there the weather instantly changed from a sunny, clear day to a cold and misty one and this was set to continue all down the coast. As we stopped along the way the impressive views out to sea were actually still really cool as the mist added an eeriness to the views and as evening approached the piercing beams from the lighthouses made for a enjoyable ...
... Give us any chance we'll take it..") We put it off long enough... Off to Wine country for wine and intimidation. Wine and chicken... Gone are the days of a walk-in wine tasting. Few places give tours on the spot, so we picked a big winery close to our chosen lunch spot. Robert Mondavi, your lovely winery won by proximity. For $20 each we got a tour of the winemaking process and two shots of wine. Nope. Still don't like the taste of it. Honestly I did like ...
... I put the party hats around Sapphire and Nip's necks so they looked like Christmas dogs :)
On the Saturday we were invited to Oakland to make traditional savoury snacks from Germany (Kirsten's mum is from there originally) and spend the day with the family. It was fun and the snacks were delicious, filled with bacon. In the evening Kirsten and Ron went to dinner with her brother so we had homemade soup with her parents who ...
... for another night.
We just returned from trip to the winery. It was another windy day which is unusual for here. We had a lovely day which was a great way to spend our anniversary. We are settled in for another night. Tomorrow we are off to visit David's brother and his family outside of Sacramento.
Bye for now
... pinot grapes.
We paid $35 each for 6 small glasses from Bubbles to Pinot and we got a cheese platter. Staff were accommodating and they loved Zach and even brought out Zach there wine maker to meet Zach and funny thing was he was wearing purple. We couldn’t not buy a few bottle although Chris was not keen as this was just more luggage to get back.